GAVSV.com Looks at The TE's In Peach State

GAVSV.com talks about the best Tight Ends from the 2010 class.

Having played the position , I have appreciation for the ability to run a crisp route and seal a defensive end on the next play. The spread offense is starting to take its toll on the position, however there are still a few old throwback tight ends around and GAVSV.com looks at those.

Brian Vogler- At 6ft 7 and roughly 250 lbs Vogler is a nightmare for a defense to match up with. Vogler can block and is a red zone dream for a offensive coordinator. Don't let the size fool you this young man is EXTREMELY athletic.

Nermin Delic- Delic is a really good blocker and may be the most physical tight end of the state. He may play defensive end on the next level. Already committed to Maryland

Tank Sessions- A very raw athlete that also excels on the hardwood. At 6'6" and around 230lbs,needs to develop more on the football field, but has a tremendous amount of potential on the next level.

Others to Watch- Quenton Brown, Jordan Black, Drew Pearson

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